|Healthy Eating for the Menopause|
|by Marilyn Glenville|
Medical research has shown that many of the unpleasant symptoms that we associate with the menopause are the result of a typical Western diet.
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Balls: Mix and make into marble sized balls and dip. Set on wax paper until dip has hardened. Dip: Melt on low heat. Dip balls into chocolate mixture.
Fill four 9 ... Let set. Melt chocolate and wax. Shake ... marshmallow egg and dip in chocolate. Lay ... set. Decorate with colored frosting if desired.
Melt chocolate in a double ... into ball and dip in chocolate dip ... into freezer while you are doing the next set. Repeat steps until all candy is coated.
In large bowl ... double boiler. Add chocolate, small amounts ... Use toothpicks and dip balls into chocolate ... well. Keep in refrigerator or freezer.
Combine above ingredients. ... hot water, melt chocolate bar and spread ... Chill until firm. Dip candies into dipping chocolate. Place on ... Melt in double boiler.
Mix all ingredients ... until ready to dip. Melt ingredients ... covered cherries into chocolate with fork. Place ... place to ripen for at least 2 weeks.
Mix together. Divide ... heat, melt the semi-sweet chocolate and paraffin. Add Hershey's milk chocolate bar for lighter chocolates. Dip balls with skewers.
Cook first 3 ... White or brown chocolate may be purchased ... add 1 tablespoon paraffin. Remove from heat and dip formed eggs up ... be decorated as desired.
Stir maple flavoring ... into ball and dip in chocolate mixture. For chocolate dip, melt unsweetened chocolate and paraffin in the top ... made weeks before needed.
Cream sugar and ... make a ball. Place on wax paper and chill 10 minutes. Dip in melted chocolate and paraffin. Centers will liquify if set for 1 or 2 days.
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